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AURIGAN, 1985 



AURIGAN, 1985, Volume 30, is 
sponsored and prepared by members of 
the Senior Class, Mount Everett Re- 
gional School, Sheffield, Massachu- 
setts. Due to deadline and delivery 
schedules, this yearbook spans the pe- 
riod of time from February, 1984, to 
February, 1985. 



Robin Twing 
Sabrina Chapin 
Suzanne Eline 
Jennifer Kinsley 



Editor-in-Chief 



Executive Editor 



Executive Editor 



Executive Editor 



Mount Everett has been "blessed" 
with a wide variety of students and fac- 
ulty. Each with a separate identity and 
talent. Each trying to do his "own 
thing." Each giving a little to the 
school, and the school giving each an 
education and a sense of belonging. We 
have been blessed with Mount Everett. 

by Robin Twing 



Computers 

Changes 



by Jackie Wells 



This year has seen a big change in the computer program. There are more 
computers available to high school students now with the new computer study being 
in the high school wing. Last year's computer study room (23) has become a 
computer classroom with mostly Commodore 64's. BELOW: (top) Computer study; 
busily at work; (bottom) Marcus Pezze in Room 23; Katherine Welch, Jennifer 
Kinsley and Brenda Raimer with a Commodore 8032. 




Administration and Personnel by Jackie weiis 



Changes 



There were several changes in administration and personnel this year. BELOW: (top) 
Mr. Graber became dean of students; Mrs. Silk took the guidance secretarial position; 
Mr. Eline was named assistant to the principal. (Bottom) Mr. Pottle was assigned 
guidance counselor; Mrs. Boardman took over as secretary to the principal. 




JuSt Beginners by Dan LaBrecque 
Seventh Graders 



Seventh graders are just beginners. They 
are in their first year of junior high school, 
and belonging is a great feeling for all sev- 
enth graders. They feel that they have accom- 
plished something really giant. "Yeah, we're 
in junior high." I remember the excitement of 
my first day of junior high. Everyone was so 
happy. But it is tough for seventh graders to 
feel that they are a someone because they are 
not well known by the upperclassman. 



AT LEFT: Rodney Ball 
holding up the lockers. 




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Tammy Amstead 
Keith Baker 
Rodney Ball 



Lucas Beckwith 
Dianne Bettis 
Trevor Bogart 
Meghan Bradley 



Jennifer Brown 
Leonard Bushey 
Paul Bynack 
Robert Campbell 



Tonia Cartinelli 
Coleen Cecchinato 
Corinna Clavette 
Peter Cook 



Emily DeVoti 
Ariel Fernandes 
Jamison Galarneau 
Robert Gibbs 



Jonah Gillooly 
Alicia Goudey 
Natasha Grotz 
Sherri Guarnieri 






Nicole Guidi 

Amber Hall 

Thomas Harvey 

Bobbiejo Height 



Brinton Hodge 

Lori Hurd 

Nancy Joch 

Sara Kern 



Michael Kinna 

Lance Leab 

Anne Makuc 

Cynthia Martin 



Patrick McBride 

Jonathan Muskrat 

Yvette Nichols 

Andrea Novak 



Christopher Oleen 

Gary Ovitt 

Rebekah Parks 

Scott Pautot 



Timothy Penziner 

Nancy Phillips 

Noelle Pixley 

Tonya Pixley 




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Michael Quenneville 
Rene Quenne\ille 
Stephen Ranolde 
Ginni Ranzoni 



Glen Ruane 
Allison Russell 
Stephanie Saunders 
Heidi Schneider (ab) 



Brian Schoonmaker 
Matthew Sea\ey 
Ruth Shepard 
Hans Smith 



Nathan Stalker 
Shana Stalker 
Theresa Stalker 
Shawn Sullnan 



Rose Sutphen 
Samantha Swain 
Jessica Thorn 
Tina \ andeusen 



Rebecca \ ining 
Tina Wandall (ab) 
Tina White 
1. eland Williams 



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At the Top 

Eighth Graders 



Raymond Alexander 



Scott Amstead 

Louis Aragi 

Ryan Bailey 

Robert Ball 



Darlene Barrier 

Scott Bartzsch 

Jennifer Bradley 

Robin Braskie 



Karen Bredenfoerder 

Carol Brunnschweiler 

Chris Brunnschweiler 

Michael Bruno (ab) 



Shannon Bush 

Erik Callahan 

Wayne Cash 

Donna Chmiel 



Right NOW by Robin Twing 

Eighth graders are at the top of Ju- 
nior High School right now, but they 
will not be at the top for long. When 
they become freshmen they are pushed 
down to the bottom of the heap once 
again. Before they know it, they will be 
at the top, and they will wish they were 
in eighth grade again. 




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Samantha Cooper 
Jennifer Davidson 
Emerson Davis 
Katherine Davis 



Michael Davis 
Jase Doane 
Anne Doyle 
Christie Dufault 



David Dufault 
Tasha Duryea 
Lauren Duryee 
Jonas Ferris 



Steven Funk 
Brian Gibbs 
Timothy Gile 
Kevin Gilligan 



Benjamin Goevvey 
Noni Graf 
Susanne Green 
William Gunther 



Joann Hankey 
John Hersey 
Sandra Hoffman (ab) 
Russell Hopkins 



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Michael Hosier 

Pamela Hosier 

Michael Johnson (abl 

Errol Joseph 



Betsey Joyce 

Andrea King 

Charles Kinsley (abl 

Dana Kobler 



Robert Krol 

Kristen Leukroth 

Shelby Loder 

Robert Macy 



Joseph Martin 

Shannon McAllister 

Meghan McCarthy 

Terry Nagy 



Tammy Nourse 

Katherine Orlando 

Brenda Ovitt 

David Packard 



Richard Perham 

Michele Pickert 

Jennifer Pollock 

Todd Portnoff 




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p-a 




Mary Pottle 
Melissa Pratt 
Scott Proctor 
Alan Reynolds 



Michelle Risatti 
Heather Sheinhartz 
Michelle Sheinhartz 
Tori Sheldon 



Scott Sheridan 
Solvegi Shmulsky 
Lizabeth Shuts 
Jeremy Smith 



Jeralee Stalker 
William Stalker 
Erica Stevens 
Zane Tanner 



Alice YanDeusen 
Frederick Vorck 
Jennifer Walk 
William Wandall 



James Wessel 
Scott W ickwire (ab) 
Michele Wilkinson 
Nancy Wilkinson 



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If Only 

Freshmen 



by Jennifer Kinsley 




Looking back at my freshman year in high school is 
a somewhat startling memory. If only I could have 
realized then what I realize now. The freshman year is 
a beginning, a new and exciting stepping stone toward 

maturity. Although my 
freshman year was full of 
fun, laughter and care- 
free feelings, I cannot 
stop and recall memories 
without saying, "If only 
..." If only I had worked 
harder for that higher 
grade, participated in 
more activities, got a 
head start on colleges 
and prepared for the 
dreaded S.A.T.'s. 



AT LEFT: FRESHMEN 
CLASS OFFICERS Kip 

Makuc, Sue Carpenter, Laurie 
Kinna, Travis Ovitt; BELOW: 
Michael Stevens. 








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Clifden Agar 
Bruce Amstead 
Kenneth Aoude 
Kurt Bartzsch 
Jean Blanchard 



Eric Boardman 
Trudy Brooks 
Douglas Brown 
Lloyd Busch 
Michael Butler (ab) 



Nancy Bynack 
Susan Carpenter 
John Cash 
Frederick Chase 
Elizabeth Clarke 



Brian Clay 
Jeanna Demont 
Paul Dionne 
Benjamin Donovan 
Marsha Eisenbrandt 



Saskia Fernandez 
Claude Ferris 
Lee Fleming 
David Frett-Howard 



Benjamin Galarneau 
Paul Garcia 
Carol Gillette 
David Goewey (ab) 



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Mark Green 

Mark Cuidi 

Edward Harvey 



Robert Hervieux (ab) 

Thomas Hewins 

Christopher Johnston 

Jeanine Kilmer 



Laurie Kinna 

Robert Kunzweiler (ab) 

Dean Lanoue 

Lauralee Leab 



Lee Magnam 

Christopher Makuc 

Dorothy Mallory 

Betsy Marks 



Christen McAllister 

Lisa Menin 

Donald Mielke (ab) 

Lori Morrow 



Tasha Murfitt 
Travis Ovitt 
Wayne Ovitt 

Jonathan Peck 



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Scott Penziner 
Linda Perry 
Erik Petersen 
Gino Pezze 



Wendy Provost 
Russell Rainier (ab) 
Brian Rosier 
Steven Saunders 



Erik Schoonmaker 
Mark Seavey (ab) 
Joseph Seward 
Lisa Shelofsky 



David Smith 
Kim Stalker 
Michael Stevens 
Valerie Sullivan 



Paul Tatro 
Janet Theriot 
Jennie VanDeusen 
Eric Vining 



Janice Wells 
Kimberly West 
Eric Whitcomb 
Keith Wilkinson 



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Middle Of the Road by Dan LaBrecque 
Sophomores 

Sophomores are what you can call the "mid- 
dle of the road. ,, They are not little punks who 
act immature and call the other students bullies. 
They are more or less trying to be mature, but 
they are still classified as youngsters. Sopho- 
mores cannot be proud of being at the top nor 
can they say that they are scared of being upper- 
classmen. The sophomore year, for the most 
part, is a year to prepare for the "big time." 





AT LEFT: SOPHOMORE 
CLASS OFFICERS — Norman 
Stalker, Michelle Grotz, Joseph 
Soudant, (absent) Timothy Coon. 



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Glen Amstead 
Laurie Aragi 
Gary Ball 
Kristina Barrett 
Michelle Barrier 
Gerald Bassett (ab) 



Laura Bassett (ab) 
Richard Bassett 
Terri Beattie 
Michael Bennett 
Margaret Bettis 
Joseph Biernacki (ab) 



Deana Bigelow 
Leda Blouin 
Clinton Brown 
Beatrice 

Brunnschweiler 
April Bush 
Kevin Bush 



Alyson Bushey 
Victor Cappadona 
Jackson Case 
Suzanne Chapin 
Joseph Choquette 



Penelope Christman 
Timothy Coon 
Trevor Coon 
Edward Davidson 
Brian Davis 



Jennie Deane 
Heather Doyle 
Becky Eisenbrandt 
Rebecca Frambach 
Gordon Gibbs 



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Michael Goewey 

Connie Green 

Jessica Greene 

Michelle Grotz 



Christine Gunther 

Kelly Hankey 

Karen Hayes 

Russell Ingersoll 



Brian Joch 

Eileen Jones 

Thea Kaufman 

Joseph Krol 



Rosemarie Lahart 

Amy Larkin 

Derrick Leab 

Karen Legeyt 



Clifford Love 

Joshua Lowman 

David Lupiani 

Sven Martin 



Abigail Muskrat 

David Novak 

Richard Palmer 

John Pickert 




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Laurie Pierce (ab) 
Jean Pottle 
Rhett Proctor 
Duane Quenneville 



Angela Ranzoni 
Jill Reynolds 
Scott Ryder 
Gregg Siter 



Joseph Soudant 
Robert Spurr 
Harold Stalker 
Myra Stalker 



Norman Stalker 
David Stetson 
Frederick Stevens 
Christopher Sullivan 



Kirk Thurston 
Theresa Todd 
Robert Twing 
Timothy YanDeusen 



Donald Walk 
Mikel Wells 
Noah Wolkenstein 
Mark Wright 



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Heirs to the Throne by David a. smith 



Juniors 



Juniors are like heirs to a throne. 
They have to wait for the seniors, the 
top right now, to leave before they "in- 
herit" the right to be seniors. When 
they are seniors, the class after them 
will have to wait, and so the line for the 
"throne" will never end. 





! 



ABOVE: JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS — Quinn McCarthy, Deb- 
bie Guarnieri, Pat Eline, (absent) Tammy Ranolde 



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Connie Amstead 
Roger Ball (ab) 
Ellen Boardman 
Matthew Boardman 
Charlene Bobola 



Mark Candee 
Michelle Chapin 
Gianni Chighine 
Michael Coon 
Russell Curtiss (ab) 



Ann Davis 
Dean Durant 
Patrick Eline 
Christine Emprimo 
Gerald Field 



Eric Fisher (ab) 
Robert Fisher 
Laura Frambach 
W. Scott French 



Jeffrey Gauthier 
Paul Gilligan 
Daniel Goss 
Kevin Green 



Debbie Guarnieri 
Timothy Handlowich 
Paul Mankey 
Kelley Hayes 



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Jill Hennessey 
Robert Johnston 
Steven Johnston 
Carrie King (ab) 



Melissa King 
David Lanoue 
James Larkin 
Lesley Legeyt 



Maureen Litchfield 

Dale Lyman 

Joely Marchione 

Kevin Marion 



Anthony Martin (ab) 

Arthur Mathieu (ab) 

Alex McCarthy 

Christian Muller 



Heidi Nicholson 

Donna Nourse 

Dawn Ovitt 

Debbie Owens 



Suzanne Parks 
Frederick Peck 
Michelle Percy 
Marcus Pezzee 




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Stephen Philips 
Monika Pizzichemi 
Warren Pond 
Brenda Provost 



Michelle Quenneville 
Tammy Ranolde 
James Reynolds 
Wanda Robarge 



Annmarie Scarbro 
Donald Schneider (ab) 
Jeffrey Schuler 
Robin Sheinhartz 



Frederick Speyrer 
Michael Stevens (ab) 
Christine Tenbroeck 
Laura Twing 



Kellie VanDeusen 
Patricia Watson 
Andrew West 
Ellen Whitbeck 



Richard White 
Carol Wilkinson 
Jase Woodruff 
Jon Woodruff 



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MILL RIVER STORE 

General Merchandise 

Beer - Wine - Liquor 

Mill River, MA 01244 

(413). 229-3577 



THE CANAAN BANK 

Canaan, CT 06018 

(203) 824-5423 



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THE JOHN N. CIRACCA INSURANCE AGENCY 

491 Main Street 

Great Barrington, MA 01230 

(413) 528-1396 



BEST OF LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1985 
COVE BOWLING LANES 

Route 7 

Great Barrington, MA 01230 

Arcade, Indoor Minature Golf, and Bowling. 

FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! 



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While Learning by David a. smith 

Curriculum 



We go to Mount Everett to learn. That is 
the basic reason for going to school, but while 
learning we do many other enjoyable activi- 
ties. Besides the regular everyday academic 
classes, Mount Everett gives its students 
many other activities to participate in. One of 
the newest offers is the ropes course alterna- 
tive to gym. We exercise our minds as well as 
our bodies. Thanks, Mount Everett, for giv- 
ing us such a wide variety of curriculum — 
even though some of us prefer to socialize 
during school. 







THIS PAGE: (Right) Mike Bennett — Writing?, Jase, get 
iack to work!, Jon Peck-studying alone; (left) Don't forget 

our pocketbook, Tracey!; Sharon Siter with an interesting 
>ook; "What are you reading, Dan?"; Mike Coon — enjoy- 
ng accounting class. OPPOSITE PAGE (left) Tracey Bell 

nd Jackie Wells "I find this quite interesting."; David 
_upiani — excelling in pottery; (right) "Ahhhhh!", Mike 
Toon at ropes course; Miss Archey and Mrs. Kennedy team 
eaching; Jim Reynolds taking up space in the Xerox room. 




Senior Life 

Seniors 



PICTURES: Jackie Wells as Bertha; SENIOR CLASS 

OFFICERS - - (top to bottom) Tracey Bell (president), 
Tom Ingersoll (vice-president), Katherine Welch (secre- 
tary), Laddie Garrett (treasurer); Boy-Sean and Boy-Tom 
smiling for the camera; School for sale; Tracey (flapper) 
Bell; Robin (oui-oui) Twing; Tim Hughes taking a walk. 





Yes, Melissa, we understand you. 



HANNAH'S SALLY DEAN 

Quality Fashions For Ladies 

and 

Juniors 

273 Main Street 

Gt. Barrington, MA 01230 

(413) 528-0102 

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THE GOURMET COTTAGE & 
CHEESE SHOP 

Rt. 23 

South Egremont, MA 01258 

Patricia & Cosmos 

(413) 528-4719 



SHEFFIELD MARKET 

Choice Meats & Produce 

Open 6 days a week - closed 

Wednesday 

Sheffield, MA 01257 

(413) 229-8938 



RAYNOR'S BEARINGS & 
SUPPLIES, INC. 

47 Railroad Street 
Great Barrington, MA 01230 




Are you that hungry Tom? 



Caught you in the act, Bob. 




Was it something you ate, Matt and David? 



Lisa and Dottie hanging out. 



Mr. Consolati, Mr. Joseph, and Mr. Sea- 
vey as spectators. 



BEST WISHES TO THE SENIOR CLASS 

from 

CUSTOM EXTRUSION, INC. 



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KEITH MICHAEL AMSTEAD, 6-11-67, 

Pittsfield, Bskbl 3, DrvrEd 2, Prom 

Last will: I leave to a good friend of mine (Mr. 

Graber) one blown back end and many tracks. 

Pet Peeve: School and people that hate the 

Doors. 

Favorite saying: "Mr. Dodge" 



CHARLES ANSTETT, 2-7-66, Gt. Barring- 
ton; Tchr aide 

Last Will: I leave all my rubber marks and tire 
tracks to Mr. Sellew and Mr. T. 
Pet Peeve: All school work. 
Comment: Grrr ... 



CHRIS H. BEHNE, 1-14-67, Massapaqua; 

NY 

Last will: I leave the wall to all the future 

heads. 

Pet Peeve: Rednecks. 

Comment: Zeppelin Rules. 






TERESA MARIE BETTIS, 6-6-67, Gt. Bar 
rington; DrvrEd 3, HnRl 12 3 4, Prom 3, 
YrbkBusMgr 4. 

Pet Peeve: People constantly telling me to eat 
because I'm too thin. 



KARL A. BVSCH, 11-17-67, Sharon, CT; 

Bsbl 12 3 4, DrvrEd 3, Prom 3. 

Last will: I give my unused "A" average to 

Shelly Percy. 

Pet Peeve: Librarians that don't let us talk. 

Favorite saying: Better than fine. 



BECKY LEE BUSH, 9-24-67, Pittsfield, 
MA; X-Tea 3, ClrGrd 3 4, Prom 3, Stbl 2 3 4, 
Yrbk 4. 



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KATHERINE D. BEHNE, 1-14-67, Massa- 

paqua; NY 

Last Will: I leave all my detentions. 

Pet Peeve: Rednecks and people who copy. 

Comment: How high I aim, how much I see, 

how far I reach depends on me! 



TRACEY LYNN BELL, 12-1 1-67, Warwick, 
RI; Bskbl 4 Mngr, X-Tea 3, ClsOf VP 3, Pres 
4, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 3, Nwspr 3 EIC 4, Play 3 
4, SchlStr 4, Yrbk 4. 

Last Will: I leave my fluorescent vest to any- 
one who has the nerve to wear it. 
Pet Peeve: Amateurs and bad jokes. 
Favorite saying: Don't be silly! 



ROBIN ALICE BERNSTEIN, 7-24-67, 
Pittsfield, MA; Bnd 3 4, Bskbl 1 2, DrvrEd 3, 
Nwspr 4, Stbl 1, StuCnl 4. 
Comment: "What's so sad about good-byes 
when the best is yet to come!" 






SUSAN LEE BUSH 12-23-65, Pittsfield, 
MA; X-mas Tea 3, Prom 3, Sftbl 3, Yrbk 4. 
Pet Peeve: Rude people. 



SABRINA JENNY CHAPIN, 3 13-67, 
Great Barrington, MA: Bnd 1 2 3 VP 4; 
Bsktbl 12 3 4, X-Tea 3, ClrGrd 3 4, DrvEd 3, 
HnRl 12 3 4, LitMag 2 3, Play 3, Prom 3, Soc 
12 3 4, Sftbl 1234, SAC 4, StAide 4, Yrbk 
ExEd 4. 

Favorite saying: Could we see when and where 
we are to meet again, wc would be more 
tender when we bid our friends good-bye. 



KIMBERLY ANN CHOQUETTE, 12-7-67, 
Elmira, New York; ClsOf Pres 3, CrntEvLg 
1, DrvrEd 4, Play 4, Prom 3 Sftbl I 2 3, 
StCncl Sec 4 Yrbk 



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DAVID JOSEPH CONSOLINI, 6-2-67, 
Band 1 Mgr 2 3 4, Bsbl 12 3 4, Bskbl 1234, 
DrvrEd 3, HnRl 2, Soc 2. 
Last Will: I leave my basketball bench posi- 
tion to Dean Durant. 

Pet Peeve: People who tell outrageous stories. 
Favorite Saying: What do you think? 



RICHARD MATTHEW COON, 12 -25-66, 

Gt. Barrington, Ma; Bsbl 12 3 4, Bskbl 1 2 3, 

DrvrEd 2, HnRl 1 2 3 4, NHS 3 4, Yrbk 4, 

Soc 2 3 CoCap 4. 

Pet Peeve: Computer-heads and other people 

that bother me. 

Favorite Saying: What homework?! 



BETSY A. CRINE, 12-2-67, Gt. Barrington; 
MA 

Last Will: I hereby leave Bobby Spurr all the 

open window on Bus 4 

Pet Peeve: Working with 5th graders 





JARED P. FLEURY, 3/23/67, New York; 

NY. 

Last Will: To Mr. Herlihy I leave my youth, 

and to Bill I leave some of my brain (just a 

little). 

Pete Peeve: Stupidity. 

Favorite Saying: Be real. 



GENE J. GARGIULO, 3-21-66, Harlem, 
NY; Band 1 Bsbl 1 2 3, DrvrEd 3, Nwsppr 4 
Last Will: I leave my unused A average to 
anyone that can use it. 
Pet Peeve: Izods, Jonzun, Sunday mornings, 
chopping wood, hicks, hillbilly boots, flannel 
shirts, levis, and Sheffield night life. 
Comment: Dad, Mom, Grandma, Uncle Bill, 
and Aunt Sis I finally made it because of you. 



ADELAIDE ELIZABETH GARRETT, 6- 

29-67, Hudson, NY; Bskbl 2 3 4, Clgr 4, 
ClsOf Treas 2 3 4, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 12 3 4, 
NHS 2 3, Pres 4, Prom 3, SchStr 2, Sftbl 1 2 3 
4, StRep SchCom 2, StCncl 2, Yrbk 4, Soc 1 2 
3 4. 

Comment: "And the world's busting at it's 
seams and you're just a prisoner of your 
dreams holding on for your life." — Spring- 
steen 



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GEORGE T. DA VIS, 2-8-67, Gt. Barrington; 
MA. 



SUZANNE JANE CHRISTINE ELINE, 6- 

6-67; York, PA; AstrClb 4, AvClb 2, Band 2, 
Bsbl 2, Bskbl 12 3 4, X-Tea 3, X-Ctry Mgr 3, 
CrntEvLg 2 4, Drvr Ed 3, Nwsppr 2, Prom 3, 
SchStr 1 2 3, StRepSchCom 2 3 4, StCncl 1 2 
3 VP 4, Yrbk ExEd 4. 
Last Will: I leave to Ellen Boardman and 
Christine Emprimo my memory of us joking 
around in the locker room. To Jim Reynolds 
and Dave Lanoue I leave a new and obnoxious 
girl to bother you. 

Comment: "To accomplish anything in life 
you must work hard for it!" — Wayne and 
MaryJane Eline. 



THERESA LOUISE FERRIN, 12-31-66, 
Pittsfield, MA; Bskl Mgr 1 2 3, Sftbl Mgr 1, 
AftrSchlSnkBr 4. 

Last Will: I thank the school for such a good 
handbook. 

Pet Peeve: People who do not care . . . Unruly 
children. 

Comment:^ 'e are young and life is just begin- 
ning. 






KASSIE E. GATES, 9-26-67, Brooklyn, NY. 



WILLIAM F. GRADY, 11-23-66, Gt. Bar- 
rington; Bsbl 12 3 4, CrntEvLg 3, Drvr Ed 3, 
GamClb I 2 3, Nwsppr 4, Prom 3, Quiz 4, 
SchStr 4, StCncl 2, Wres I 2 4. 
Favorite saying: "Climax!" 



LISA MARIE HADSELL, 12-11-65, Shar- 
on, CT. 

Pet Peeve: School! 
Favorite Saying: Give me a break! 



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CATHY JEAN HALL, 9-6-67, Pittsfield, 
MA; Bnd 1 2 3 4, ClrGrdMjt 4, DrvrEd 3, 
StCncl 1. 



KATHLEEN ANNE HAYES, 7-12-67 
Sharon, CT; AvClb 2, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 1 2 3 
4, Wrstling Mngr 2 3 4, Yrbk 4. 
Last Will: I leave my room to Missy King, but 
with nothing in it. 

Comment: He who can take advice is some- 
times superior to him who gave it. - - Von 
Knebel 



LYNDA JEANNE HAYES, 7-7-67, Ft. Ma- 
mouth, NJ, X-Tea 3, ClsOf Treas 1, DrvrEd 
3, HnRl 4, Prom 3, SchStr 2 3, Yrbk 4, X- 
Ctry mgr 3. 

Last Will:To Ms. Archey I leave my account- 
ing Knowledge. I also leave my luck and love 
to Suzanne and Lynda. 
Pet Peeve: Being on time and passes. 






SEAN HOHMAN, 11-8-67, Seosiks, NY; 
Bsbl 12 3 4, X-Cntry 234, DrvrEd 3, Prom 3, 
Wrstling 12 3 4. 

Last will: To Jon Woodruff I leave all my 
great wrestling skills, you need them. I also 
leave John Blanchard my muscles, you need 
them more than Jon needs my skills! 



JUNE ELIZABETH HOTALING, 1-3-67, 
Gt. Barrington, MA; Bnd 1 2, Drvr Ed 3. 



TIM HUGHES, 2-5-67, Gt. Barrington, MA. 
Last Will: I leave to all the underclassmen the 
Kindness that I received from the faculty. 
Pet Peeve: Boys that act like girls and things 
that move slow. 

Comment: We do not have problems we cre- 
ate them! 



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MARY THERESA HEATH, 9-29-67, GT. 
Barrington, MA. 



AMY LOUISE HEINZE, 6-19-67, New 
York, NY; ClsOf VP 2, DrvrEd 3, NwsprAd- 
Ed 4, StRepSchCom 2, StArtAide 4, StCncl 
2, Yrbk FcltyEd 4. 

Last will: To Mrs. Storti I leave my remark- 
able organizational skills. To R.B. I leave the 
fond memory of B.S. and all that follows. 
Pet peeve: Computers, computers, and more 
computers! 
Favorite Saying: Oh Gosh. 



CYNDE JEAN HEWINS, 12-11-67, Gt. 
Barrington, CA; X-Tea 3, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 1 2 
4, Prom 3, SchStr 1 2 3, StCncl 1, Yrbk 4. 






THOMAS JOHN INGERSOLL, 7-23-67, 
Sharon, Ct; Bsbl 12 3 4, Bskbl 2, Cllgr 4, 
ClsOfVp 4, CrntEvLg 3 4, Drvr 3, Hnrl 1 2 3 
4, LitMag 2, N HS 3, Tres 4, Nwspr 3 4, Prom 

3, Quiz 2 3 Capt 4, StCncl 3 Pres 4, StGvtRep 

4, Yrbk 4 

Favorite saying: Let it be. 



CHARLES HENRY JOCH HI, 1 9-67, Gt 

Barrington, DrvrEd 3, Nwspr 3, Yrbk 4, Soc 2 

4, BoysSt 3. 

Pel Peeve; Teachers telling me to keep four on 

the floor. 

Favorite saying: Keep trying, never give up no 

matter what. 



CARRIE KING 



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JENNIFER ANN KINSLEY, 3-9-67, Gt. 
Barrinton, MA; Bskbl 1 3 4, Cllgr 4, X-Tea 3, 
DrvrEd 2, HnRI 1 2 3 4, NHS 2 3 VP 4, Prom 
3, SchStr 1, Sftbl 1 2, SAC 3 4, StCncl 2 3 4, 
StGvtRep 3, Yrbk ExEd 4, StSAC 3 4. 
Comment: "Someday, I don't know when, I'm 
gonna get to that place where I really want to 
go and I'll walk in the sun, but 'till then ..." 
— Springsteen 



DANIEL WILLIAM LABRECQUE, 1-21- 
67, Pittsfield, MA; Band 12 3 4, Bskbl 1234, 
Prom 3. 

Last Will: To all future class clowns I leave 
my autographed poster of Steve Martin, and I 
also leave my sound effects to Mr. Solomon. 
Pet Peeve: Notebooks, research papers, es- 
says, homeroom, x-day, assemblies . . . 
School. 

Comment: "Those who have youth, have the 
future" — Motley Crue 



MICHAEL SEAN LEHMBECK, 1-14-67, 

Freeport, LI, NY, Bnd 1 2 3 4. 

Last Will: I leave all my headaches to Mrs. 

Storti and to Kerb. 

Pet Peeve: Mt. Everett 5-0, Book 'em Ren. 

SHAUN MARION 

Favorite Saying: "C'mon seriously" 









JENNIFER MARCHIONE PEDERSEN, 1 - 

1-67, Torrington, CT; ClsOf 1, DrvrEd 2, 

Nwsppr 4. 



ERIC PERRY, 5-18-67, Seattle, Wash. 



BRENDA LINN R AIMER, 2-12 67, Gt. 
Barrington, MA; Bnd 1 2 Sec 3 Pres 4, Bskbl 
1, Cllgr 4, X-Tea 3, ClsOf Sec 1 Pres 2, 
CrntEvLg 1, DrvrEd 2, HnRI 12 3 4, NHS 3 
4, Prom 3, Sftbl 12 3 4, Yrbk 4, Soc 3 Co- 
Capt 4. 

Last Will: I leave Ann Marie Scarboro the 
word "Helen", Michelle Chapin a little 
height, and Paul Gilligan a "real brain". 
Pet Peeve: Crowded hallways and gettin 
tripped. 
Favorite Saying: "Act a real idea!" 



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PAUL ALLAN MAYNARD, 8-14-67, Pitts- 
field, MA; BskBl 1, DrvrEd 3. 
Last Will: I leave my jokes to Mr. Sellew and 
my brains to Kevin. 



ANN O'BRIEN, 1-4-67, Gt. Barrington, MA. 



SANDY L. OVITT, 9-25-66, Gt. Barrington, 
MA; ClsOf Sec 2 3, CrntEvLg 1 2, DrvrEd 4, 
Play 4, Prom 3, Sftbl 12 3 4, Yrbk 4. 

Last Will: I leave all the teachers two other 
girls who can keep up Kim and mine's tradi- 
tion of talking and laughing all through class. 
Pet Peeve: Girls that eat baby food in the 
cafeteria. 






KEVIN REILLEY, 11-9-67, Pittsfield, MA; 
DrvrEd 3, Nwspr 4, SchStr 3 4, Yrbk 4. 
Last Will: To Mr. Herlihy I leave my youth 
and my vast knowledge of history. I also leave 
my pink izod shirt to anyone with class. 
Pet Peeve: Stuck-up people. 



MARK REPLOGLE, 6-24 67, Roaring 
Springs, PA; DrvrEd 3, Prom 3. 



LISA ROMANO, 6-28-67, Mincola, NY. 



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SHARON SITER, 6-26-67, Middletown, Ct; 
Clgr 4, DrvrEd 3, Hnrl 12 3 4, LitMag 2, 
Prom 3, X-Tea 3, Yrbk 4. 
Last will: I leave Mr. Lucy a new pack of 
chalk and I leave Miss Archey many fond 
memories. 

Pet Peeve: English literature, and spontane- 
ous writings. 



DAVID A. SMITH, 1-13-67, Gt. Barrington, 
MA; Band 1, Bsbl 1 2, Bskbl 12 3 4, ClsOf 1, 
DrvrEd 2, HnRl 12 3 4, Prom 3, Yrbk 4, Soc 

3 4. 

Last Will: To AbigalMuskrat I leave a set of 

skiing lessons. 

Pet Peeve: Free loaders. 

Favorite Saying: Gail. 



DA VID M. SMITH, 5-2-67, Hamburg, Ger- 
many; Bskbl 3 4, HnRl 3 4, StCncl 4, Yrbk 4, 
Soc 3 4. 

Pet Peeve: People that do not enjoy life, but 
rather go about life as if involved in one big 
soap opera! 






ROBIN MICHELE TWING, 6-10-67, Gt. 
Barrington, MA; Band 12 3 4, Chrldg 1 Mgr 
2, DrvrEd 2, HnRl 12 3 4, LitMag 3, NHS 3 
Seer 4, Nwspr Ed 3, Play 3, Prom 3, Quiz 4, 
StrRepSchComLgr 4, SAC 4, StuAide 4, 
StCncl 3 4, StGvtRep, YrbkEIC 4, BldDrv 3 
Last Will: I leave all my little elves to the next 
Editor-in-Chief of the yearbook. 
Pet Peeve: Mother-in-law jokes told in Calcu- 
lus class. 

Favorite Saying: Always expect the worst 
while hoping for the best. 



KATHERINE WELCH, 9-15-67, Gt. Bar- 
rington, MA; Band 1 2, ClsOf Sec 4, DrvrEd 
3, HnRl 1 2 3, NHS 3 4, Prom 3, SchStr 1, 
Sftbl 12 3 4, Yrbk 4. 
Comment: "There is a path no single highway 
between the dawn and the dark of night and if 
you go- no one may follow that path is for 
your steps alone ..." — Grateful Dead 



JACKIE S. WELLS, 8- 13-67, Pittsfield, MA; 
Bskbl Mgr 4, DrvrEd 3, HnRl 1 3, Nwspr 4, 
Prom 3, SchStr 4, StCncl 3, Yrbk 4, Soc 3. 
Last Will: 1 leave Jim R. my multi-colored 
high top Converse sneakers, Miss Gernat my 
pink "pajama" pants and florescent socks, and 
to my dear friend Milessa a cheerful hello 
each morning. 

Pet Peeve: Computer programming, critiques, 
and people telling me I am short. 
Favorite Saying: Avoid following the crowd, 
be an engine not a caboose. 




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YEARBOOK ASSOCIATES 



P.O. Box 91, Millers Falls, MA 01349 






GEORGE JOSEPH SOUDANT, 3-12-67, 
Gt. Barrington, MA; Bsbl 12 3 4, Bskbl 1 2 3 
4, DrvrEd 2, Prom 3, Soc 4. 
Last Will: I leave the school slightly abused. 
Per Peeve. JUNIORS! 



CHRISTINE MARIE SPAGNUOLO, 8-27- 

67, Pittsfield, MA. 



ROBERT STEVENS, 4-10-67, Gt. Barring- 
ton, MA. 






STEVEN JAMES WELLS, 5-28-66, Char- 
lotte, MI; DrvrEd 3. 



JUNE ANN ZIEGLER, 5-16-67, Pittsfield, 

MA; DrvrEd 3, Prom 3. 

Last Will: I leave all my driving experience to 

Mary H., and I leave all my school books to 

Brenda P. 

Pet Peeve: Red necks and narks. 



NELSON ROBBIE ZINK, 11-8-67, Pitts- 
field, MA. 
Last Will: leave all my tardy slips. 



SENIOR AND UNDERCLASSMEN PORTRAITS 



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Spirit Works Works 

Spirit Works 



by Robin M. Twing 



Last summer an article about Mount Everett's Spirit Works program was 
printed in the Sampler. Holly Higinbotham, the reporter, interviewed Mr. Gauth- 
ier and me on our thoughts of the program's success. Mr. Gauthier explained that 
"The Spirit Works' is a program that fosters competition between the four high 
school classes in six areas — grades, attendance, participation in sports and clubs, 
competitive assemblies, campus appearance and discipline." My feeling was: "If 
just one person improves himself, I think it's worth it." 




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Tom Ingersoll — president 
Suzanne Eline — vice-president 
Kim Choquette — secretary 
Dave M. Smith — treasurer 



Robin Twing — - SRtoSC/SAC 
Jennifer Kinsley — SAC 
Sabrina Chapin — SAC 
Robin Bernstein 



Student Council 



Jim Reynolds 
Dave Lanoue 
Marcus Pezze 
Monika Pizzichemi 



SRtoSC 



^H 






OPPOSITE PAGE TOP. A Spirit Works As 
sembly; David A. Smith has the spirit, and he 
is proud of it; BOTTOM Riverside Park — 
first prize; Lynda Hayes and Suzanne Eline 
are patrolling the grounds for spirit works 
points; THIS PAGE LEFT: We can HANDle 
spirit; BOTTOM: Missy King and Kelley 
Hayes enjoying themselves at Riverside; 
RIGHT MIDDLE: Gene Garguilo playing 
with a pencil; BOTTOM Who will ride the 
Thunderbolt next? 




1984-85 



Chris Emprimo 

Terrie Beattie — SRtoSC 

Thea Kaufman 

Amy Larkin 



Dave Novak 
Laurie Aragi 
Ed Harvey — SRtoSC 
Chris Johnson 



Valerie Sullivan 
Tosha Murfitt 
Dave Smith 
Mr. Robert Gauthier 



advisor 



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Take a Long Look by Rown m. Twing 

Band 



A 



Take a long look at the large band picture below. This is the last time that the 
Mount Everett band members will ever pose for a yearbook picture in their old 
uniforms. The idea of new uniforms was very unreal at first, but, as a result of 
successful fund raising, the unreal was made real. The new, flashy, light-weight 
uniforms will match the band's great sound. Now, thanks to the dedicated band 
members and parents who raised a great deal of money, and thanks to the generous 
people who donated to the cause, the band can dress as well as they sound. 



'Hi 




TOP PICTURE (Back row) Eileen Jones, Robert Krol, 
Mikel Wells, Chris Johnson, Eric Vining, Heather Doyle, 
Tammy Nourse, Scott Bartzsch, Terrie Beattie, Errol Jo- 
seph, Joseph Seward, (4th row) Monika Pizzichemi, Kellie 
Van Duesen, Lesley LeGeyt, Karen LeGeyt, Dan LaBrec- 
que, David Consolini, Ellen Boardman, Dean Durant, David 
A. Smith, Wayne Ovitt, Louis Aragi, (3rd row) Tasha 
Grotz, Tonia Cartinelli, Eric Callahan, John Muskrat, Ann 
Makuc, Andrea Novak, Jean Kilmer, Jenny Brown, Jo Ann 
Hankey, John Hersey, Chris Makuc, (2nd row) Michelle 
Chapin, Shelby Loder, Hanz Smith, Chris Gunther, Amy 
Pottle, Heather Sheinhartz, Ginny Ranzoni, Emily DeVoti, 
Christie Dufault, Michelle Sheinhartz, Tori Sheldon, Am- 
ber Hall, (front row) Janice Wells, Sabrina Chapin, Laurie 
Aragi, Abigail Muskrat, Melissa King, Jeane Pottle, Mi- 
chelle Grotz, Megan Bradley (absent) Robin Bernstein, Eric 
Perry, Brenda Raimer, Robin Twing, Dan Goss. RIGHT 
PICTURE — STAGE BAND. 



SMITTY'S SANDWICH SHOP 

Call in orders ready when you arrive! 

230 Stockbridge Road 

Great Barrington, MA 01230 

(413) 528-9722 



b Satisfy the Students by Ann O'Brien 



udent Council 



! UDENT COUNCIL (Top Right - Standing) Mr. 

< uthier, David Novak, Chris Johnston, David A. 

!iith (7th), David Lanoue, Jim Renolds, Jennifer 

hsley, Christine Emprimo, Robin Twing, Ed Har- 

\ ', Terrie Beattie, Marcus Pezze, Monika Pizzi- 

<;mi, Valerie Sullivan, Tasha Murfitt. (Sitting) 

ea Kaufman, Suzanne Eline, Thomas Ingersoll, 

ny Larkin, Laurie Aragi, (absent)Sabrina Chapin. 

UDENT REPRESENTATIVES TO THE 

HOOL COMMITTEE (Bottom Left - Left to 

ig/jfJJUST HANGING AROUND - Monika Piz- 

;hemi, Suzanne Eline, Robin Twing, Terrie Beat- 

I Ed Harvey. STUDENT ADVISORY COUN- 

L (Bottom Right - Left to Right) Robin Twing, 

inifer Kinsley, (absent) Sabrina Chapin. 



Activities, such as the Student Council, are an important part of the school. The Student 
Council gives the students an opportunity to be heard. If the students do not agree with 
something in the school and are strongly for or against something, they can let the 
administrators and the faculty know how they feel through the Student Council, and more 
than likely, changes can be made to satisfy the students. 




THE CORN CRIB 

Route 7 

Sheffield, MA 01257 

"Farm Fresh Produce" 

and 

Handcrafts 



MICHELLE'S 

Ladies Fashions & Gifts 

Main Street 

Sheffield, Ma 01257 

(413) 229-2738 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 


WHITE KNICHT RECORDS 


ROBIN TWING 


2HH Main Street 


from 


Great Barrington, MA 01230 


E. P. RIVA AM) SON, INC 




Box 46 




Canaan, CT 06018 




(203) 354-5222 




Tennis Courts/Road Construction 


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More Inside 

Activities 



by George Soudant 



There is more inside the school than 
actually is shown to the public. The stu- 
dents do more than just show up from 
8:30 a.m. to 2:35 p.m. every weekday. 
They also participate in the many dif- 
ferent clubs, ranging from the Gaming 
Club to the National Honor Society. 
Some clubs are just for fun, but all con- 
tain an educational point of view. 





PICTURES TOP: (Standing) NEWSPAPER 
STAFF Sharon Siter, Janet Thieriot, Terri Beat- 
tie, Patrick Eline, Tom Ingersoll, Robin Bern- 
stein, Mrs. Storti (advisor), Amy Heinze, Joe 
Krol, Jim Reynolds, Gene Garguilo, Kevin Reil- 
ley, Billy Grady, Jackie Wells, (Seated) Josh 
Lowman, Jennifer Pedersen, Tracey Bell, Robin 
Sheinhartz, Marcus Pezze; MIDDLE: CUR- 
RENT EVENTS Mr. Herlihy (advisor), Robert 
Spurr, Joe Krol, Josh Lowman, Norman Stalker, 
Russell Ingersoll, David Lanoue, Terri Beattie, 
Jim Reynolds, Kip Makuc, Gene Gargiulo, Bill 
Grady, Suzanne Eline, Tom Ingersoll, Mr. 
Gauthier (advisor); BOTTOM: YEARBOOK 
STAFF Mr. Davis (advisor), Charles Joch, Tere- 
sa Bettis, Becky Bush, Susan Bush, Robin Twing, 
Kim Choquette, Kathy Hayes, Tracey Bell, Jack- 
ie Wells, Tom Ingersoll, Katherine Welch, Sandy 
Ovitt, Suzanne Eline, Lynda Hayes, Jennifer 
Kinsley, Laddie Garrett, (absent) Sabrina Cha- 
pin, Amy Heinze, Cindy Hewins, David M. 
Smith. Sharon Siter, Brenda Raimer, David R. 
Smith; OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: NATIONAL 
HONOR SOCIETY Mr. Davis (advisor), Kath- 
erine Welch, Robin Twing, Laddie Garrett, Tom 
Ingersoll, Jennifer Kinsley, Brenda Raimer; 
MIDDLE: GAMING CLUB (back) Mr. 
Kollmer (advisor), Scott French, Gregg Siter, 
Kip Makuc, Robert Johnston, Richard White, 
Dale Lyman, Scott Penziner; (Front) David 
Frett-Howard, Jonah Gillooly, Gino Pezze. BOT- 
TOM: CALLIGRAPHY CLUB Scott French, 
Paul Gilligan, Stephanie Saunders, Tom Inger- 
soll, Laddie Garrett, Coleen Cecchinato, Brenda 
Raimer, Jennifer Kinsley, Mr. Raskind (advisor). 




WHITTAKER AUTO SALES INC. 

343 Main Street 

Great Barrington, MA 01230 

(413) 528-2700 



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Congratulations Graduates 

S&A WHOLESALERS of 

NEW ENGLAND, INC. 

20 Maple Avenue 
Great Barrington, MA 01230 



JACK'S COUNTRY SQUIRE 

Quality Clothing for Men and Boys 

Formal Wear 

THE SQUIRES DEN 

Largest Selection of Jeans, 

Cord, & Sneakers in the Area 

Phone (413) 528-1390 

316 Main St., Gt. Barrington, MA 

01230 



SHEFFIELD WINE CELLAR 

Route 7 




HARLAN D B. FOSTER 

Robert J. Foster 

15 Bridge Street 

Great Barrington, MA 01230 



MACYS GARACJ 

Rt. 7 Sheffield, MA 01257 

We provide 

MT EVERETT'S 

Driver Ed. Car 



GEORGE STENNER 

Maple Avenue 

Sheffield. MA 01257 

Tree care - I andscaping 



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Concerned Advocates" by Robin m. Twing 



Administration — 1984-1985 



The administrators at Mount Everett are very dedicated. They spend long hours trying to 
make our school a successful learning institution. Mr. Chamberland's hard work and 
sincere caring finally paid off when he was awarded Administrator of the Year by the 
Massachusetts Secondary School Administrators' Association. We thank the administra- 
tors for being our "concerned advocates." 




THOMAS ANTHONY CONSOLATI 

Superintendent 




RAYMOND F. CHAMBERLAND, JR. 

Principal/Asst Principal, Adv 9. 




J. WAYNE ELINE 

9-12 Asst. to the Principal 

Science CurrLdr, AstrClb, Asst to Prin. 



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RENALD GRABER 

Dean of Students. 



PAUL G. SHAFIROFF 

Director of Special Education for 5- 
Supervisor, Grades 5-8 



MICHAEL J. KINNE 

Business Administrator 
Treasurer 



ROBERT NILSEN 

Director, Buildings and Grounds. 



/ 



#****%. ^*\ 



. . . - : 













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Friendly FaCeS by Lynda Hayes 
Personnel 

One can always count on friendly faces from the 
kitchen personnel. The "lunch ladies" are al- 
ways cheerful and fun. I hope they realize that 
this fine quality does not go unnoticed, because 
it really is appreciated. If nothing else, one can 
always count on lunch with a smile. 



GROUP PICTURE LEFT: Linda Millette, Pat Boteze, 
Joanne MacNiel, BOTTOM Linda Biernacki, Liz Behne, 
Haze Pothul, Jenny Robarge, Grace Gleason. 





CAROLANN BOARDMAN; Principal's 
Secretary 



ESTELLA BODNAR Librarian 




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JUDITH W. KINNA, RN; School Nurse 



TERRY PALFINI; Special Ed Secretary 





ANGEL S. ROTE; Main Office, Cheerleading 
Coach 



CAROLYN M. ULLRICH; Main Office 





SABINA M. ULLRICH; Aide, InfOff, StAct- 
Acc 



JOAN THOMAS WILCOX, RN; District 

School Nurse 




NOT PHOTOGRAPHED: Terry Rice, Susan Rueger, Sandra Silk 



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WOW! by Robin M. Twing 



Faculty 




The faculty at Mount Everett are great educators. Most of the teachers are 
involved in out-of-school activities that benefit the students. I am just 
beginning to relate to the teacher population of the world, and I realize now 
that they go to great lengths to do their job right. Wow! They really are great. 



GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT 

Mr. Robert Krol 
Mr. David Pottle 




FACULTY -- 1984-1985 

Leo D. Alvares, BSED; 5-6 AIRS 

Kathleen Ann Archey, BS; Business, cmptr; JrClsAdv 

Donald R. Blanchard, BS; SPED, computer resource 

Marcia E. Brolli, BA; English, LitJrnl/ed OnCmmnGrnd 

Ursula Bushey; ApclNdsInstrAide 

J. Scott Cary, BA; English, gradAdv 

Gail G. Cerruto, BS; 5th grade 

Sandra Jeanne Christman; aide 

Edgar L. Davis, BA,MEd; EngDeptChrmn, Adv yrbk/NHS/grad 

Robert Michael Gauthier, AB; SocStudies, adv StCncl/Frsh 

Gail Ann Gernat, BS, MS; Business; NegSBREA 

William Alan Gillooly, BA; 7-8 SocStudies, 7 LA, ChX-Cntry 

Susan D. Gventer BA, MS; SPED Resource 

Dora J. Hage, BS; 5 teacher, 6 Health 

Julie Markham Hannum, BS; Science 

James C. Herlihy, BA, MA, CAGS; SoSDeptChrmn, SophAdv 

Joanne M. Hewes, BA; 7 Art 

Patricia A. Jaouen, BA; 7-8 LangArts, UntLdr 5-8 

Wayne A. Joseph, BS; Speech/Language Therapy, Pres SBREA 

Joseph L. Kelley, BA, MEd; Science, Adv SBREA mag drive 

Anne M. Kennedy, BA; 5th grade 

Martha Ann Kerber, BA; Art, gradAdv 

Randall Lee Koldys, BS; 7-8 Science, 7-8 StCnclAdv 

Edward H. Kollmer, BS, MS; Math/ForLang, Adv GamingClb/CntyQz 

Richard A. Kuzia,; BS,MA; 6th grade math 

Allen Lampman, BS; Music 1-6; director elementary band 

Nancy Lou LaRose, BS, MS; HomeEc 

Nancy N. Loder, BA; Music, Tch/Ldr 

Donald J. Lucy, BBA; Math, Adv SnrCls 

Paul A. Menin, BA; 7-8 SocStudies, Drvr'sEd, Nautilus 

Kelly Milan, BS; 5-8 PhyEd/Guid/IntraDir, JV GSoc, VSftbll 

George Anthony Milukas, BA; 7-8 Math, Adv GamingClb 

Virginia J. Moritz, BA, MA; Eng/SocStud Coordinator, JrAdv 

Paul William O'Brien, BS; Science, hlth/PE coordinator 

John C. Peron, BA; ForLangDeptChrmn 

Emilie S. Piper, BA, MA, MLS; Librarian, FAC 

Marsha Lee Pottle, BS, BA; Science/Math 

Alfred R. Proiette, BS, MS; PhysEd, head coach wrestling 

Alice Mary Ramsey, BA; Science/Math/Computers, SophAdv 

Mark E. Raskind, BS, MEd; MathDeptChrmn, Adv Frsh/Clgphy 

C. Wayne Seavey, BS: PhysEd, AthlDir 

Welles H. Sellew, Jr.; Occupational ed — building structures 

Steven A. Small, BA, MA; 6 Language Arts, LA/SoS CurrLdr 

Paul Solomon, BS; IndArts, coach JV Boys's Soccer. 

Janice L. Storti, BS, MA; English, Eagles Voice Adv 

Dante Testa, BS; IndArts — arch, drafting 

Lea Stowe Vachon, BA, MSSS; SchAdjCnsllr, SchSockrkr 

Myron M. Wartella, BS, MM; Music, director of bands 

MaryAlice Welch, BA,MEd; ForLang 



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Mr. Alvares 


Mr. Blanchard 


Mrs. Brolli 


Mrs. Bushey 


Mr. Cary 


Mr. Davis 


Mr. Gauthier 


Ms. Gernat 


Mr. Gillooly 


Ms. Gventer 


Miss Hage 


Mr. Herlihy 


Mrs. Jaouen 


Mr. Kelley 


Mrs. Kerber 


Mr. Koldys 


Mr. Kollmer 


Mrs. LaRose 


Mr. Lucy 


Mr. Menin 


Mrs. Milan 


Mr. Milukas 


Mrs. Moritz 


Mr. O'Brien 


Mrs. Piper 


Mrs. Pottle 


Mr. Raskind 


Mrs. Rueger 


Mr. Seavey 


Mr. Small 



■M 




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Spooks Alive 



Play 

by Robin Twing 



Acting in the play was a great exper- 
ience for me and my friends. We learned 
to "become" our characters and to work 
with others. The most outstanding aspect 
of the play was the ability to make others 
laugh. 



I 




PICTURES THIS PAGE:- (bottom left) Hei- 
di Sheldon telling Rudi Bach to do his own 
laundry; (bottom middle) Tracey Bell reading 
her bedtime story; (bottom right) Scott 
Reeves shooting his mouth off- as usual; (top 
right) Robin Twing and Tracey Hohman dis- 
cussing life; NEXT PAGE: - (bottom left) 
Alice Fennel, Ken Langenback, Robin Twing, 
Stephanie Wolkenstein, Tracey Hohman; 
(bottom right) Rudi and Ray Ferrin helping 
Scott out the door; (right center) Pat Eline 
not interested in Rudi's explanation; (top 
right) Scott attempting to calm Tracey Hoh- 
man down; (top) Heidi Sheldon - "What do 
you think?"; Ray Ferrin pouting; Ray Ferrin 
and Scott Reeves; Tracey Bell - "What can I 
do next?" (center) Marcus Pezze and Scott 
Reeves - "My diagnosis is . . . '" 




Best Wishes 
from 
RED BARN ANTIQUES 

"Shine-lt-Brite" 
South Egremont, MA 01258 



SHEFFIELD FLOWER AND 
GARDEN SHOP 

Rt. 7 Sheffield, MA 01257 

"Say It With Flowers" 

(413) 229-8553 



AG WAY 

'Serving the Farming Community 

Since 1912." 

30 Maple Avenue 

Great Barrington, MA 01230 



BACHETTI'S EXXON STATION 

Stockbridge Road 

Great Barrington, MA 01230 

Phone (413) 528-9725 

Bruno Bachetti, Prop. 



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THE JOHN N. GIRACCA INSURANCE AGENCY 

491 Main Street 

Great Barrington, MA 01230 

(413) 528-1396 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 
CLASS OF 1985 

from 

John B. Ormsbcc 

ORMSBEE GAS CO., INC. 

Bottled Gas Distributer 

(413) 229-2800 



COUNTRY GIRL 

Barrington Pla/.i 

510 Stock bridge Road 

Great Barrington. MA 01230 



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A Night in Heaven by Lynda Hayes 



Prom 



The prom was great! Everyone 
seemed to have a good time. Some peo- 
ple had a good time with their dates, 
and others had a good time with their 
friends. Because we are all fairly close 
at Mount Everett, it was easy to just 
have a good time, feel relaxed with 
friends, and enjoy the prom. 



(This page - top left) Bridgit Bush; (center) King 
and Queen and their court - (left to right) Marcia 
Proctor, Ronwyn Ives, Beth Seely, MaryEllen 
Welch, Hannah Pederson, Todd Ranolde, Duane 
Lanoue, Wayne Wilkinson, Bill Guidi, Scott 
Reeves; (bottom left) Scott Weinreb and his date; 
(bottom center) Cathy Hall; Bill Litchfield; (bot- 
tom right) Mr. and Mrs. Lucy; (Next page - top 
left) Bill Guidi and Maureen Litchfield; (top 
right) Pat Eline and Tracey Bell; (bottom left) 
Monika Pizzichemi and Bill Grady; (bottom 
right) Sandy Ovitt and Randy Robarge. 




SEWARD'S TIRES 

952 South Main Street 

Great Barrington, MA 01230 

(413) 528-1146 

(413) 528-3168 



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HARRY E. CONK LIN 


Attorney at Law 


195 Main Street 


Great Barrington, MA 01230 


(413) 528-2713 


(413) 528-1542 (Home) 



E. B. DOLBY FLORIST 

"Need Something Special?" 
"We'll Arrange It!" 

P.O .Box 449 

27 Humphrey Street 

Great Barrington, MA 01230 

(413) 528-2530 




SWEET CASTLE 

Junction of 7 & 23 

Great Barrington, MA 01230 

(413) 528-2189 



SHOPPER'S GUIDE 

35 Bridgcstrcet 

Great Barrington, MA 01230 

(413) 528-0095 



BEST OF LUCK TO 1 1 II ( I ass oi 1985 
COVE BOWLING I tN/ S 

Route 7 
Greal Barrington, MA 01230 

Arcade. Indoor Minature Golf, and Bowling 
FUN I OK THE WHOLE I AMII.Y! 



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Togetherness 

Softball 



by Sabrina Chapin 



Togetherness, that is the only way to describe 
the team and the season. Through all of the good 
and bad times, we always stayed together and 
played as a team. Despite our win-loss record, 
teamwork played a major role in making the sea- 
son a great one. There were high points, and I 
think that along with the togetherness and team 
spirit, that is what carried us through the season. 
Although Mr. Krol will no longer be with us, I 
hope we gave him a lot of good memories. 



VARSITY TEAM PICTURE (Standing) Coach 
Krol, Laddie Garrett, Hannah Pedersen, Chris Em- 
primo, Susan Bush, Katherine Welch, Mary Ellen 
Welch, (Kneeling) Bob Krol — manager, Brenda 
Raimer, Becky Bush, Chris Spagnuolo, Sandy Ovitt, 
Ronwyn Ives, Sabrina Chapin, (Sitting) Lucy Im- 
poco, Michelle Chapin; J.V. TEAM PICTURE 
(Back row) Coach McDonald, (Middle row) Jennie 
Vandeusen, Jean Pottle, Monika Pizzichemi, Sue 
Carpenter, Michelle Grotz, Laurie Aragi, Sue Cha- 
pin, (Front row) Alyson Bushey, Michelle Risatti, 
Laurie Kinna, Lori Morrow, Christie Dufault, Saskia 
Fernandez; OPPOSITE PAGE TOP Coach Krol 
and the team; MIDDLE Jean Pottle; Sue Chapin; 
Sabrina Chapin; a team huddle; BOTTOM a relay 
toss; Sabrina Chapin and Katherine Welch. 




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SOFTBALL — 1984 
OPPONENT 
Mt. Grevlock 
PHS 
St. Joe 
Wahconah 
Hoosac 
Drury 
Lee 

Monument Mt. 
Pine Plains 
Lenox 
Taconic 
McCann 
Mt. Greylock 
St. Joe 
Lee 



JV 
1- 6 

6-26 

32- 5* 

17-16* 

19-14* 

5-16 

2-16 

4-35 

10- 5* 
8- 3* 

16-13* 

11- 4* 
0-25 

15-14* 
23-16 



V 
7-16 
12-10* 
15-11* 
-12 
15-12* 
0-17 
6-31 
8 

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11-10* 
7-21 
2-33 
6- 5* 
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A High School Tradition 

Baseball 



by Robin Twing 



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Baseball seems not only to be an "American Institution," but also a high school tradition. 
Whether Mount Everett has winning teams or losing teams, it still has a baseball team. 
Mount Everett's baseball team displayed excellent technique and great skill last season, 
and they learned more about their physical ability. Each student who participates in 
baseball carries on the high school tradition and enhances the "favorite pastime." 





TEAM PICTURE (Varsity — back row) Kurt Cal- 
lahan, David Consolini, Tom Ingersoll, Mark Am- 
stead, George Soudant, and Coach Koldys; (middle 
row) Matt Coon, Steve Johnson, Joe Soudant, Duane 
Lanoue, Todd Ranolde, and Manager Denise Sadera. 
(Bottom left) Mike Coon, Tom Ingersoll; (bottom 
center) Joe Soudant, and Mike Coon, Matt Coon, 
and Duane Lanoue. (Opposite top) Dan Goss, Dean 
Durant, Paul Gilligan; (upper left) Russell Ingersoll; 
(bottom — back row) Coach Rueger, Bob Spurr, 
Russell Ingersoll, Donald Walk, Mike Bennett, Karl 
Busch, Paul Gilligan, and Dean Durant. (Middle 
row) Jean Blanchard, Norman Stalker, Allen Reyn- 
olds, Wayne Ovitt, Tim Coon, (bottom row) Bobby 
Krol and Joe Seward. 



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BASEBALL — 


1984 




DATE 


OPPONENT 


JV 


V 


A25 


Mt. Greylock 


14- 3* 


8- 9 


A26 


PHS 


5-14 


0-18 


A30 


St. Joe 


9- 5* 


3- 4 


Ml 


Wahconah 


3- 7 


1-13 


M2 


Hoosac 


10- 4* 


3- 2* 


M7 


Drury 


0-20 


2- 5 


M9 


Lee 


4- 3 


2- 8 


M10 


Monument Mt. 


6-11 


2- 9 


Mil 


Pine Plains 


17-10* 


4-11 


M15 


Lenox 


5- 6 


7- 8 


M16 


Taconic 




1-12 


M17 


McCann 




2- 5 


M18 


Mt. Greylock 




1- 4 


M21 


St. Joe 






M24 


Lee 




2-12 


* Denotes 


a win 








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Score! by Bill Grady 
Girls' Soccer 



Legs, legs and more legs is all I see running up and down the field. Score! The 
Eagles win again!! Oh, happy days are here again — Western Mass. Champions for 
the sixth year in a row!! Wow, I must have fallen asleep, oh, well, it was great while 
it lasted. What's this in the paper, Mt. Everett wins it's second straight and has a 
chance to go to Western Mass? Was I dreaming?? 




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(Second row) Brenda Raimer; Michelle Grotz; Chris Emprimo; Laddie Garrett; Anne Marie Scarboro. 



GIRLS' 


SOCCER — 


1984 






DATE 


OPPONENT 


JV 


V 


S14 


Monument 


Mt. 


1-2 


0-9 


S18 


St. Joe 




4-1* 


0-3 


S21 


Drury 




0-3 


0-3 


S25 


Lee 




2-3 


1-7 


S29 


ALL STAR GAME 






02 


Pitts field 




1-4 


1-7 


08 


Taconic 






5-0* 


O10 


Lenox 




2-4 


2-1* 


012 


Wahconah 




0-9 


2-4 


016 


Hoosac 




0-3 


0-2 


019 


Mt. Greylock 


1-2 


3-5 


022 


St. Joe 




5-1* 


2-1* 


024 


Lee 




Forfeit 


0-6 


029 


Lenox 




1-1** 


4-1* 


03 1 


Hoosac 




0-1* 


2-4 


* Denotes a win 









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A Great Team by Sharon Siter 



Boys' Soccer 




The Boys' Soccer team had a fairly good season. The members had the school 
spirit which really helped. I think they did a good job because they had students 
that have been on the team before to help the students who have not been on the 
team very long. The leadership and Eagle spirit are what makes the Boys' Soccer 
team a great team! 



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BOYS' 


SOCCER-- 1984 






DATE 




OPPONENT 


JV 


V 


S14 




Monument Mt. 


0-9 


0-9 


S18 




St. Joe 


1-5 


0-2 


S21 




Drury 


1-2 


0-0** 


S25 




Lee 




6-0* 


S29 




ALL STAR GAME 






02 




Pittsfield 


1-5 


1-1** 


08 




Taconic 


0-4 


2-2** 


O10 




Lenox 


3-4 


3-5 


012 




Wahconah 


0-13 


1-5 


016 




Hoosac 


1-0* 


1-2 


019 




Mt. Greylock 


0-9 


1-5 


022 




St. Joe 


2-4 


0-4 


024 




Lee 




7-0* 


029 




Lenox 


2-1* 


4-1* 


03 1 




Hoosac 


1-2 


9-5* 


* Denotes a 


win 






** Denotes 


a tie 







OPPOSITE PAGE: VARSITY (Standing) George 
Soudant, David A. Smith, Trevor Coon, Michael Ben- 
nett, Jase Woodruff, Mark Wright, Eric Perry, Coach 
Happ, (Kneeling) Robert Fisher, Matt Coon, John 
Woodruff, David M. Smith, Charles Joch, Michael 
Coon, David Lanoue, (sitting) Joseph Krol, Quinn Mc- 
Carthy, Steven Johnston, Gordon Gibbs, Tim Coon, 
Norman Stalker; JUNIOR VARSITY (Standing) 
Coach Solomon, Gary Ball, Scott Ryder, Sven Martin, 
Donald Walk, John Peck, Michael Stevens, Rhett 
Proctor, (Kneeling) Gino Pezze, Robert Macy, Eric 
Whitcomb, David Novak, Steven Ranolde, Errol Jo- 
seph, David Dufault, Fred Peck, (Sitting) Matt Sea- 
vey, Robert Gibbs, Doug Brown, John Muskrat, Mi- 
chael Kinna, Lance Leab; THIS PAGE TOP: Coach 
Happ giving his team a mid-game pep talk; MIDDLE 
(Left) Coach Happ; (Middle) Eric Perry in action; 
(Right) The Varsity Soccer team; BOTTOM Mike 
Coon takes the ball while Brother Matt looks on. 



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REAL DEDICATION by Robin Twing 
^ross Country 

Running, I am told, gives you a sense of freedom and control over your own body. I 
guess that is why the Cross Country team has so many good members. They train, and 
they win. That is real dedication. 



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LEFT: Fred Speyer; Dave Smith; Jeff Gauthier; 
TEAM PICTURE (Standing) Coach Gillooly, Kel- 
ley Hayes, Pat Eline, Noah Wolkenstein, Fred 
Speyer, Dave Smith, Jeff Gauthier, Missy King, 
(Kneeling) Ben Galarneau, Karen Hayes, Todd Port- 
noff, Amy Larkin, Jenny Walk, Wayne Ovitt, Rene 
Quieneville, (Sitting) Mark Seavey, Shelby Loder, 
David Lupiani, Jonas Ferris, Brian Clay; OPPO- 
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MIDDLE Fred Speyer coming around the corner; 
Jeff Gauthier; Coach Gillooly looking on; Pat Eline 
and Jeff Gauthier during their daily run. 




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CROSS COUNTRY-1984 



DATE 


OPPONENT 


V 


S19 


Lee 


18-39* 


S19 


Lenox 


27-28* 


S26 


Wahconah 


48-15 


S26 


Taconic 


37-23 


03 


Hoosac 


34-23 


03 


St. Joe 


18-38* 


O10 


Drury 


36-23 


O10 


Mt. Greylock 


37-22 


017 


Pittsfield 


37-20 


024 


Drury 


38-21 


024 


Lenox 


31-24 


031 


Lee 


23-36 


031 


St. Joe 


26-31* 


* Denotes a win 








Fantastic! by Robin M. Twing 



Cheerleading 




"Cheerleading is becoming a non-athletic sport." When I heard that a while ago, 
I could not believe it. My sister was the captain of Mount Everett's squad, and it 
was fantastic! The girls seemed to take pride in what they did and executed their 
jumps and pyramids with the greatest technique, but what they did to the crowd 
was almost phenomenal. At one game, they got everyone to cheer our "rowdie and 
rough" team to victory. Whatever is said against cheerleading and the effect it has 
on the school means "nothing, absolutely nothing!" 








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PICTURES OPPOSITE PAGE: Chris Gunther; 
Wanda Robarge, Betsy Marks, Kelley Hayes; 
Missy King; Capt. Laura Twing; THIS PAGE: 
Tammy Ranolde; Carol Wilkinson. 




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Potential by Laddie Garrett 



Girls' Basketball 




Girls' basketball is a very different sport compared to boys' basketball. 
Although winning comes slow for us, we have come a long way as a team. We do 
have individual talent and team potential, and by practicing well together, we 
might come out victorious. 









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PICTURES OPPOSITE PAGE: VARSITY 
TEAM PICTURE (Standing) Jean Pottle, Mau- 
reen Litchfield, Ellen Boardman, Sue Carpenter, 
Chris Emprimo, Suzanne Chapin, (Kneeling) 
Laddie Garrett, Suzanne Eline, Sabrina Chapin, 
(absent) Jennifer Kinsley; THIS PAGE: JV PIC- 
TURE (Standing) Coach Mier, Penny Christ- 
man, Jenny Davidson, Nancy Joch, Betsy Joyce, 
Amy Pottle, Robin Braskie, (Kneeling) Janet 
Thieriot, Laurie Kinna, Andrea Novae, Shanna 
Stalker, Michelle Risatti, Christen McAllister. 



GIRLS' BASKETBALL — 1984-85 



DATE 


OPPONENT 


JV 


V 


D12 


Pine Plain 


18-30 


35-48 


D14 


St. Joe 


15-18 


22-53 


D21 


Monument Mt. 


15-42 


25-49 


J3 


Hoosac 


22-36 


31-44 


J5 


Lenox 


32-28* 


25-32 


J10 


Lee 


22-27 


34-49 


J15 


Pittsfield 


13-52 


32-58 


J19 


Mt. Greylock 


15-12* 


26-25* 


J21 


Taconic 


29-30 


37-35* 


J 24 


McCann 


27-33 


38-35* 


J25 


Pine Plain 


39-36* 


42-47 


J28 


Wahconah 


14-45 


38-40 


J31 


St. Joe 


28-32 


39-52 


F4 


Drury 


14-39 


21-40 


F7 


Lenox 


23-26 


32-46 


Fll 


Lee 


26-33 


35-53 


F14 


Mt. Greylock 


29-34 


25-35 


* Denotes a win 








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The Boys in Blue 

Boys' Basketball 



by Tracey Bell 

What's blue and white and has 26 legs? The boys' varsity basketball team of 
course! The winning streak for the team seemed phenomenal. The players said they 
felt it was because the team had more experience and better players, and also the 
fact that they had a 6'6" sophomore on the team helped. The years of hard work 
are beginning to pay off for the boys in blue. Summing it up, they were awesome! 




PICTURES THIS PAGE: VARSITY TEAM PICTURE 
(Standing) Paul Gilligan, David Consolini, David A. Smith, 
Mike Bennett, Matt Boardman, Dan LaBrecque, Mike 
Coon, (Kneeling) Tim Coon, Joe Soudant, Steve Johnston, 
Dean Durant, George Soudant, Dave M. Smith; OPPO- 
SITE PAGE TOP: Joe Soudant; Joe Krol, David A. Smith; 
Paul Gilligan; Mike Bennett; Dean Durant; JV TEAM PIC- 
TURE (Standing) Brian Joch, Gary Ball, Ed Davidson, Eric 
Boardman, Dave Smith, Coach Pavoni, (Kneeling) Joe 
Krol, Russell Ingersoll, Joe Seward, Norman Stalker, 
Wayne Ovitt, Travis Ovitt. 




BOYS 


BASKETBALL — 


1984-85 




DATE 


OPPONENT 


JV 


V 


D12 


Pine Plain 


31-61 


71-55* 


D14 


Pathfinder 


41-65 


58-38* 


D20 


Frontier 


- 


32-61 


D27 


Monument Mt. 


6-45 


36-62 


D28 


Smith 


25-28 


63-48* 


J4 


McCann 


65-43* 


65-42* 


Jll 


Lee 


- 


63-33* 


J14 


Pine Plain 


17-43 


60-48* 


J18 


Lenox 


47-63 


39-38* 


J22 


McCann 


51-35* 


74-44* 


J25 


Mt. Greylock 


29-79 


61-75 


Fl 


Hoosac 


43-65 


78-65* 


F8 


McCann 


52-27* 


62-21* 


F12 


Lee 


38-39 


48-69 


* Denotes a win 







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A Great ReCOrd by Kathy Hayes 



Wrestling 



Wrestling is one of the best sports at Mount Everett. Last year our wrestlers 
came in second place in the county championships, and this year they have a great 
record. All of the wrestlers try their best to strive for a first place team, and the 
way it looks, they have a very good chance at doing just that. 



PICTURES THIS PAGE: BOTTOM The guys watching 
and cheering their teammate on — whoever it is; TOP 
RIGHT Lupi overpowering his opponent; BOTTOM 
RIGHT The team warming up and stretching out; OPPO- 
SITE PAGE TOP: The "team"; TEAM PICTURE (Stand- 
ing) Dean Lanoue, Assistant Coach Greg Lane, David Lu- 
piani, Jon Woodruff, David Lanoue, Jase Woodruff, Fred 
Speyrer, Coach Al Proiette, Bill Gunther, (Kneeling) Mark 
Seavey, Jeff Gauthier, Mike Goewey, Sean Hohman, Quinn 
McCarthy, John Blanchard, (Sitting) Karen Hayes, Amy 
Larkin, Kathy Hayes, Laurie Aragi. 




WRESTLING -- 1984-85 




DATE 


OPPONENT 


SCORE 


D12 


PHS 


42-12* 


D20 


St. Joe 


39-24* 


D22 


Mt. Greylock 


54-15* 


D29 


Christmas Tour 


2nd place 


J2 


Taconic 


56-11* 


J5 


Marlboro 


52-14* 


J5 


Milford 


18-35 


J9 


Drury 


24-28 


J12 


Concord-Carlisle 


51-9 * 


J16 


PHS 


47-23* 


J19 


St. Joe 


46-13* 


J19 


North Hampton 


54-9 * 


J26 


Monument Mountain 


27-35 


Fl 


Mt. Greylock 


60-6 * 


F6 


Drury 


46-15* 


F9 


Monument Mountain 


25-40 



* Denotes a win 




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Great! 

Awards and Credits 



Suzanne Eline: 

Aurigan Executive 
Editor 






Charles Joch III: 

Boys' State 

Eagle Scout Award 



David A. Smith: 

Boys' State 

1984 graduation Master of 
Ceremonies 



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Senior Class Vice-President 

SAR Good-Citizenship Award 

Boys' State 

NHS treasurer 

Colby College Book Award 

Student Government Day Representative 



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Tracey Bell: 

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Eagles's Voice Editor-in-Chief 
Quill & Scroll Award 



Not pictured 
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Aurigan Executive Editor 

Girls' State 

SAC Representative 



Jared Fleury: 

Boys' State 



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Massachusetts Association of School 

Superintendents Award of Academic 

Excellence 
NHS Secretary 
DAR Good-Citiz.enship Award 
Student Council Representative to the 

School Committee 
Student Government Day Representative 
Quill & Scroll Award 
SAC Representative 




Jennifer Kinsley: 

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Calendar 

Ingy's 1984-85 





February, 1984. 

20 (M) — Washington's Birthday. 

28 (T) — Democratic hopeful Gary 
Hart wins the New Hampshire 
primary. 

29 (W) — Leap Year! All people 
born in 1980 celebrate their first 
birthday. 

March, 1984. 

14 (W) — Albert Einstein's birthday. 
17 (S) — Saint Patrick's Day. 

21 (W) — Prince Spaghetti Day. 

April, 1984. 

12-13 (Th-F) — The senior play, 
"Spooks Alive," performed at Mt. 
Everett. 

19 (M) — New York Archbishop 
John O'Connor installed. 

22 (S) — Easter Sunday. 

25 (S) — The misfortune of the 
Kennedy family continues with the 
death of 28 year-old David Kennedy 
at a Florida hotel. 

May, 1984. 

The month — Massive rains flood 
Sheffield and surrounding community. 



8(T) 
York. 



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12 (S) — Mother's Day, The World's 
fair opens in New Orleans. 

19 (Sa) — 100th anniversary of 
development rabies vaccine. 

23 (W) — Seven new members are 
inducted into the National Honor 
Society at a Mount Everett 
ceremony. Arthur Chase is guest 
speaker. 

28 (S) — Mt. Everett Band's 
Memorial Day march is shortened by 
heavy rains. 

June, 1984. 

2 (Sa) — S.A.T's are taken at Mt. 
Everett, and the Class of '85's junior- 
senior prom held at Wyantenuck 
Country Club. 

9 (Sa) — Graduation ceremonies 
held. Roy Blount, Jr. is the guest 
speaker. 

10 (S) — Editor-in-Chiefs birthday. 

1 1 (M) — Annual Proclamation of 
Senior Nonexistence. 

16-23 — David A. Smith, Tom 
Ingersoll, Jared Fleury and Charles 
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6 (F) — Jackson's Victory tour 
launched. 

16-18 — National Democratic 
convention held in San Francisco. 
Mario Cuomo gives rousing keynote 
address and the ticket of 
Mondale/Ferraro is nominated. 

23 (M) — Calendar editor's birthday. 

August, 1984 

The month — The Soviets boycott 
the L.A. Olympics, and the 
Americans set an all-time record for 
the most medals won by a national 
team. 

13 (M) — Nothing special happened 
today except its being National 
Smurf Day. 

29 (W) — The 90th anniversary of 
the invention of Chop Suey. 

September, 1984. 

3 (M) — Labor Day. 

5 (W) — School opens with a bang. 
75 Freshmen crowd into the high 
school. 

14 (F) — At the fall-sports pep- rally, 
Mr. Chamberland proclaims "... 



the best first week of school in thirty 
years!" 

18 (T) — Joe Kittinger is the first to 
cross the Atlantic solo in a balloon, 
but breaks a leg in the process. 

20 (Th) — 12 killed in U.S. embassy 
bombing in Beirut. 

October, 1984. 

6 (Sa) — The first killing frost of the 
fall. 

10 (W) — Seniors attend the college 
fair at Berkshire Community College 

26 (F) — The heart of a baboon is 
transplanted into the chest of infant 
Baby Fae in Loma Linda, Ca. 

29 (M) — Bus evacuation day. State 
Representative Chris Hodgkins 
addresses a panel and a packed 
cafeteria at Mt. Everett. The 
Chemistry lab floods. 

30 (T) — First yearbook deadline. 

November, 1984. 

1 (Th) — 85 Realty puts a "slightly 
abused" Mt. Everett up for sale. 

6 (T) — President Ronald Reagan 
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25 (Th) — William Schroeder is the 
recipient of the second artificial 
heart. 

December, 1984. 

The month: Ronald Reagan officially 
re-elected by electoral college, and 
over 2,000 killed by a pesticide gas 
leak in Bopal, India. 

3 (M) — First-quarter Spirit Works 
results announced. Seniors actually 
find themselves in first place! 

18 (T) — 3rd annual Spirit Works 
lip-sync contest, featuring KISS, 
Twisted Sister, Prince, and Billy Idol. 

21 (F) — Second yearbook deadline. 

29 (S) — Mount Everett wrestlers 
Sean Hohman, Dave Lupiani and 
Jase Woodruff win first-place county 
titles at the Monument Mountain 
Christmas tournament. 

January, 1985. 

2 (W) — Students return from 
Christmas vacation to see a brand 
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great but doesn't work. 

7 (M) — Seniors are asked by Mrs. 
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20 (S) — The San Francisco 49ers 
rout the Miami Dolphins 38-16 in 
Super Bowl XIX. 

February, 1985 

2 (Sa) — Groundhog day; no, he did 
not see his shadow. 

6 (W) — Ronald Reagan's "35th 
anniversary of his 39th birthday." 

1 1 (M) — Thomas Edison's birthday. 

12 (T) — Measurements for caps and 
gowns — orders sent in — 
Graduation looms ever closer. 

15 (F) — American Yearbook 
representative Donald Lendry picks 
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Index 



Index Key 

A — administration 

F — faculty 

P — personnel 

12 — seniors . . . 







9 Agar Clifden 16, 29 

8 Alexander Raymond 12 
F Alvarcs Mr. Leo 49, 57 

9 Amstcad Bruce 17 

1 1 Amstead Connie 24 

10 Amstcad Glen 20 

12 Amstcad Keith 36 

8 Amstcad Scott 12 

7 Amstcad Tammy 9 
12 Anstctt Charles 36 

9 Aoude Kenneth 17 

10 Aragi Laurie 20. 49, 62, 66 

8 Aragi Louis 6. 12 

F Archcy Miss Kathleen 30, 46 
8 Bailey Ryan 12 

7 Baker Keith 9 

10 Ball Gary 4, 21, 68, 77, 85 

8 Ball Robert 12 

7 Ball Rodney 8, 9 

1 1 Ball Roger 25 

10 Barrett Kristina 21 

8 Barrier Darlene 12, 28 
10 Barrier Michelle 21 

9 Bartzsch Kurt 17 

8 Bartzsch Scott 2, 4, 12 
Baseball 84 
Basketball 74 
Basketball 74 

10 Bassett Gerald 21 
10 Bassett Laura 20 
10 Bassett Richard 20 

10 Beattie Terri 2, 3, 5, 21, 46, 49, 

50, 82 
7 Beckwith Lucas 9 

12 Behne Christian 28. 36 
12 Behne Katherine 37 

P Behne Mrs 54 

12 Bell Tracey 2, 30, 32, 33, 37, 

50. 58, 59. 61 
10 Bennett Michael 4, 21. 31. 65. 

68, 69. 76 
12 Bernstein Robin 37. 50 
7 Bettis Dianne 9. 66 
10 Bettis Margaret 21 
12 Bettis Teresa 3. 36, 50. 81 
10 Biernacki Joseph 2-4 
P Biernacki Mrs 54 

10 Bigelow Deana 4, 20. 66 

9 Blanchard Jean 17, 65 

F Blanchard Mr Donald 57 

10 Blouin Leda 4. 20 

11 Boardman Ellen 25, 31, 66, 67 
9 Boardman Eric 16, 77 

1 1 Boardman Matthew 25, 76 
P Boardman Mrs. Carolann 2 
1 1 Bobola Charlene 25 

P Bodnar Mrs. Estella 54 

7 Bogart Trevor 9 

P Boteze Mrs Pat 54 

8 Bradley Jennifer 12 



7 Bradley Meghan 9 

8 Braskie Robin 12, 75 

8 Bredenfoerder Karen 12 
F Broderick Mrs Jean 

F Brolli Mrs Marcia 57 

9 Brooks Trudy 17 

10 Brown Clinton 21 

9 Brown Douglas 17, 68 

7 Brown Jennifer 9, 66 

1 1 Brucale Stephen 87 

10 Brunnschweiler Bea 4, 21, 66, 82 

8 Brunnschweiler Car 12 

8 Brunnschweiler Chr 12, 66 

8 Bruno Michael 12 
F Burkle Mrs Jody 

12 Busch Karl 36, 61, 65 

9 Busch Lloyd 17 

10 Bush April 21 

12 Bush Becky 36, 50, 62 
10 Bush Kevin 21 

8 Bush Shannon 12 

12 Bush Susan 4. 37, 50. 62. 63 

10 Bushey Alyson 20. 62 
7 Bushey Leonard 9 

F Bushey Mrs Ursula 57 

9 Butler Michael 17. 28 

9 Bynack Nancy 16 

7 Bynack Paul 9 
Cafeteria Staff 54 
Calendar 82 

8 Callahan Erik 12 

7 Campbell Robert 9 

1 1 Candee Mark 24 

10 Cappadona Victor 21 

9 Carpenter Susan 16, 17, 58, 62, 
66, 74 

7 Cartinelli Tonia 9 

F Cary Mr J Scott 57, 84 

10 Case Jackson 21 

9 Cash John 17 

8 Cash Wayne 12 

7 Cecchinato Coleen 9 
F Cerruto Mrs Gail 

A Chamberland Mr Raymond 52, 
83. 85 

1 1 Chapin Michelle 25. 31, 62, 63, 
66 

12 Chapin Sabrina 37. 46, 62, 63, 

66, 74. 82 

10 Chapin Suzanne 21. 62, 63. 66, 

67, 74 

9 Chase Frederick 17 
Cheerleading 72 

1 1 Chighine Gianni 25 

8 Chmiel Donna 12 

10 Choquette Joseph 21, 87 

12 Choquette Kim 37, 50 
P Christman Mrs. Jean 

10 Christman Penelope 20, 47, 
61, 66, 75 



9 Clarke Elizabeth 17 
7 Clavette Corinna 9 

9 Clay Brian 16, 70 

A Consolati Mr Thomas 35, 52 
12 Consolini David 38, 64, 78 

7 Cook Peter 9 

1 1 Coon Michael 25, 29, 30, 31, 68, 
69, 76 

12 Coon Richard M 3, 35, 38, 56, 

64, 68, 69, 86 

10 Coon Timothy 21, 85, 68, 76 

10 Coon Trevor 4, 21, 68 

8 Cooper Samantha 13, 66 
12 Crine Betsy 38 
Cross-Country 70 

1 1 Curtiss Russell 25 

10 Davidson Edward 4, 21, 49, 77, 
85 

8 Davidson Jennifer 13, 75 

1 1 Davis Ann 24 

10 Davis Brian 4, 21 
8 Davis Emerson 13 

12 Davis George 

8 Davis Katherine 13 

8 Davis Michael 13 

F Davis Mr Edgar 57 
12 Davis Tammy 
10 Deane Jennie 20 

9 Demont Jeanna 17 

7 Devoti Emily 9 
F Dick Mr Larry 

9 Dionne Paul 17 

8 Doane Jase 13 

9 Donovan Benjamin 17 
8 Doyle Anne 13 

10 Doyle Heather 21, 66 
F Drew Mrs Donna 

8 Dufault Christie 13, 62, 66 
8 Dufault David 13, 28, 68 

1 1 Durant Dean 2. 4, 25, 28, 29, 

65, 76, 77, 83 

8 Duryea Tasha 13 

8 Duryee Lauren 13, 28, 66 

10 Eisenbrandt Becky 21 

9 Eisenbrandt Marsha 17 

11 Eline Patrick 3, 5, 24, 25, 50, 
59, 61, 70, 71, 84 

12 Eline Suzanne 2, 39, 46, 49, 50, 
74 

1 1 Emprimo Christine 2, 25, 49, 62, 
63, 66, 67, 74 

Epilogue 88 
Faculty 56 

7 Fernandes Ariel 9 

9 Fernandez Saskia 17, 62, 66, 86 

12 Ferrin Theresa 39 
9 Ferris Claude 17 

8 Ferris Jonas 13, 70 
1 1 Field Gerald 25 

1 1 Fisher Eric 25 



1 1 Fisher Robert 25, 28, 35, 68 

9 Fleming Lee 17 

12 Fleury Jared 38, 84 

1 1 Frambach Laura 25 

10 Frambach Rebecca 21 

11 French W Scott 25, 51 

9 Frett- Howard David 17, 51 

8 Funk Steven 13 

9 Galarneau Benjamin 17, 70 

7 Galarneau Jamison 9 

9 Garcia Paul 17 

12 Garguilo Eugene 3, 47, 50 

12 Garrett Adelaide 32, 38, 50, 62, 
66, 67, 74, 81, 84 

12 Gates Elizabeth 39 
1 1 Gauthier Jeffrey 25, 70, 71, 83 
F Gauthier Mr Robert 2, 57, 71 
F Gernat Ms Gail 57, 84 

8 Gibbs Brian 13 

10 Gibbs Gordon 21, 68 

7 Gibbs Robert 9, 68 

8 Gile Timothy 13 

9 Gillette Carol 17 
8 Gilligan Kevin 13 

11 Gilligan Paul 4, 25, 28, 65, 76, 
77, 86 

7 Gillooly Jonah 9 

F Gillooly Mr William 57, 70 
P Gleason Mrs Grace 54 

8 Goewey Benjamin 13 

9 Goewey David 17 

10 Goewey Michael 4, 22 

1 1 Goss Daniel 2, 5, 25, 28, 29, 34, 
84 

7 Goudey Alicia 9 

A Graber Mr Rennald 3, 53 

12 Grady William 3, 5, 29, 39, 50, 
61, 87 

9 Graf Lonnie 18 

8 Graf Noni 13 

10 Green Connie 22 

1 1 Green Kevin 25 

9 Green Mark 18 

8 Green Susanne 13 

10 Greene Jessica 22 

10 Grotz Michelle 20, 22, 29, 62, 
66, 67 

7 Grotz Natasha 9, 66 

1 1 Guarnieri Debbie 24, 25 
7 Guarnieri Sherri 9 

9 Guidi Mark 18 

7 Guidi Nicole 10 

10 Gunther Christine 4, 22 

8 Gunther William 13 

F. Gventer Ms Suzanne 57 

12 Hadsell Lisa 39 

F Hage Miss Dora 57 
7 Hall Amber 2, 10 
12 Hall Cathy 3, 40, 60 
P Hall Mrs Linda 



1 1 Handlowich Timothy 25 

8 Hankey Joann 13, 66 

10 Hankey Kelly 22 

1 1 Hankey Paul 25 

F Hannum Mrs Julie 
F Happ Mr Gary 68, 69 

9 Harvey Edward 2, 18 
7 Harvey Thomas 10 

10 Hayes Karen 4, 22, 70 

12 Hayes Kathleen 40, 50 

1 1 Hayes Kelley 25, 34, 47 

12 Hayes Linda 40, 46, 50 
12 Heath Mary 41 

7 Height Bobbiejo 10 
12 Heinze Amy 41, 50 

1 1 Hennessey Jill 2, 26 
F Herlihy Mr James 83 

8 Hersey John 13 

9 Hervieux Robert 18, 29 
F Hewes Ms Joanne 

12 Hewins Cindy 41 

9 Hewins Thomas 18 

7 Hodge Brinton 10 

8 Hoffman Sandra 13 

12 Hohman Sean 5, 32, 40 
8 Hopkins Russell 13 
8 Hosier Michael 14 
8 Hosier Pamela 14 
12 Hotaling June 40 
12 Hughes Timothy 33, 40 
7 Hurd Lori 10 

10 Ingersoll Russell 5, 22, 28, 29, 
50, 65, 77 

12 Ingersoll Thomas 2, 3, 5, 32, 35, 

41, 49, 51, 64, 80, 82, 83, 84 
F Jaouen Mrs Patricia 57 

10 Joch Brian 22, 77 

12 Joch Charles 3, 41, 50, 68, 80, 
83 

7 Joch Nancy 10, 66, 75 

8 Johnson Michael 14 

9 Johnston Christophe 2, 18, 49 

11 Johnston Robert 26, 51 

1 1 Johnston Steven 26, 28, 34, 64, 
68, 69, 76 

10 Jones Eileen 22, 48 
8 Joseph Errol 14, 68 

F Joseph Mr Wayne 34 

8 Joyce Betsey 14, 75 

10 Kaufman Thea 2, 22, 49 
F Kelley Mr. Joseph 57 

F Kennedy Mrs Anne 30 

F Kerber Mrs Martha 56, 57, 84 

7 Kern Sara 10 

9 Kilmer Jeanine 18 

8 King Andrea 14 

11 King Carrie 26, 41 

1 1 King Melissa 26, 34, 47, 70 

9 Kinna Laurie 16, 18, 62 

7 Kinna Michael 10, 68, 75 



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P Kinna Mrs 55 

A Kinne Mr Michael 

8 Kinsley Charles 14 

12 Kinsley Jennifer 2, 6, 42, 49, 50, 

51, 81 
P Klahn Mrs 
8 Kobler Dana 2, 14 
F Koldys Mr Randy 3, 56, 57 
F Kollmer Mr Edward 56, 57 
P Koneazny Mrs Helen 
10 Krol Joseph 22, 29, 50, 65, 68, 

77 
F Krol Mr Robert 53 

8 Krol Robert 14, 48 

9 Kunzweiler Robert 18 
F Kuzia Mr Richard 

12 Labrecque Daniel 2, 31, 42, 61, 
76 

10 Lahart Rosemarie 22, 28 
F Lampman Mr Alan 

1 1 Lanoue David 2, 26, 50, 68, 69, 
84 

9 Lanoue Dean 18, 31, 49 

10 Larkin Amy 4, 22, 40, 70 

1 1 Larkin James 26 

8 Lavalette Marc 

F LaRose Mrs Nancy 57 

10 Leab Derrick 22 

7 Leab Lance 10, 68 

9 Leab Lauralee 18, 66 

10 Legeyt Karen 22 

1 1 Legeyt Lesley 26 
12Lehmbeck Michael 28, 42 

8 Leukroth Kristen 14, 66 

11 Litchfield Maureen 26, 61. 74 
F Loder Mrs Nancy 

8 Loder Shelby 14, 70 
F Lord Mrs Jennifer 
10 Love Clifford 4, 22 
10 Lowman Joshua 22, 50 
F Lucy Mr Donald 56, 57 

10 Lupiani David 22, 30, 70 

11 Lyman Dale 26, 51, 83 

8 Macy Robert 14, 68 

9 Magnam Lee a 18 
7 Makuc Anne 10 

9 Makuc Christopher 3, 5, 16, 18, 

51, 56 
9 Mallory Dorothy 18, 35 
I 1 Marchione Jocly 26, 29 
I I Marion Kevin 26 

12 Marion Shaun 

9 Marks Betsy 18 

1 I Martin Anthony 26 

7 Martin Cynthia 10 

8 Martin Joseph 14 

10 Martin Sven 4, 22, 68 

1 1 Mathieu Arthur 26 

12 Maynard Paul 43 

9 McAllister Christen 18, 75 



8 McAllister Shannon 14, 66 

7 McBride Patrick 10 

P McCann Mrs Barbara 
11 McCarthy Alex 26, 28, 29, 31, 
68, 82 

8 McCarthy Meghan 18, 75 
P McNeil Mrs 

9 Menin Lisa 18, 35 
F Menin Mr Paul 57 
9 Mielke Donald 18 

F Mier Ms. Marlene 75 
F Milan Mrs Kelly 57, 66, 84 
F Milukas Mr George 57 
F Moritz Mrs Ginger 3, 57 
9 Morrow Lori 18, 62 
1 1 Muller Christian 26 

9 Murfitt Tiasha 18, 49 

10 Muskrat Abigail 4, 22, 66 

7 Muskrat Jonathan 10 

8 Nagy Terry 14 

7 Nichols Yvette 10 

I) Nicholson Heidi 2, 5, 26, 86 
A Nilsen Mr Robert 

1 1 Nourse Donna 26, 34 

8 Nourse Tammy 14 

7 Novak Andrea 10, 75 

10 Novak David 2, 4, 22, 49, 68 
P Novicki Mrs 

12 O'Brien Ann 43 

F O'Brien Mr Paul 57 

7 Oleen Christopher 10 

8 Orlando Katherine 14, 66 

8 Ovitt Brenda 14 

1 1 Ovitt Dawn 26 

7 Ovitt Gary 10 

12 Ovitt Sandra 31, 43, 50, 61, 62, 
63 

9 Ovitt Travis 16, 18, 77 

9 Ovitt Wayne 2, 18, 56, 65, 70, 77 
1 I Owens Debbie 26 

8 Packard David 14 

P Palfini Mrs Terry 55 

10 Palmer Richard 4, 22 
7 Parks Rcbekah 10 

I 1 Parks Suzanne 26 

7 Pautot Scott 10 

I I Peck Frederick 26, 28, 68 

9 Peck Jonathan 18, 31, 68 
12 Pedersen Jennifer 42, 50 
9 Penziner Scott 19, 51 

7 Penziner Timothy 10 

I I Percy Michelle 2, 26 

8 Perham Richard 14 
F Peron Mr John 

12 Perry Eric 42, 68, 69 

9 Perry Linda 19 
9 Petersen Erik 19 

9 Pczze Gino 13, 51, 68 

I I Pezzee Marcus 6, 26, 49. 50, 59 

I I Philips Stephen 29 



7 Phillips Nancy 10 
10 Pickert John 22 

8 Pickert Michele 14 

10 Pierce Laurie 23 

F Piper Mrs Emily 57 
7 Pixley Noelle 10 

7 Pixley Tonya 10 

1 1 Pizzichemi Monika 27, 49, 61, 
62 

Play 58 

8 Pollock Jennifer 14, 28, 66 
1 1 Pond Warren 27 

8 Portnoff Todd 14, 70 
10 Pottle Jean 23, 62, 63 
8 Pottle Amy 2, 15, 75 
F Pottle Mr David 46, 52 
F Pottle Mrs Marcia 87 
8 Pratt Melissa 15 

10 Proctor Rhett 4, 23, 68 

8 Proctor Scott I 5 

F Proiette Mr Alfred 

1 1 Provost Brenda 27 

9 Provost Wendy 19 

10 Quenneville Duane 23 
7 Quenneville Michael I I 

1 1 Quenneville Michelle 27 
7 Quenneville Rene 11, 70 

12 Raimer Brenda 6, 34, 42, 51, 62, 
63, 67 

9 Raimer Russell 19 
F Ramsey Miss Alice 

7 Ranolde Stephen II, 68 
1 I Ranolde Tammy 27, 28 

10 Ranzoni Angela 23 

7 Ranzoni Ginni 1 1 

F Raskind Mr Mark 57 
12 Rcilley Kevin 3, 43, 50 
12 Replogle Mark 43 

8 Reynolds Alan 2, 15, 65 

1 1 Reynolds James 2, 3, 5, 27, 28, 
30, 31, 34, 46, 49, 83, 84, 86 

10 Reynolds Jill 23 
P Rice Ms. Terri 56 

8 Risatti Michelle 15, 62, 75 
1 1 Robargc Wanda 27 

12 Romano Lisa 43 

9 Rosier Brian 19 

F Rote Mr. Scott 55 
7 Ruanc Glen 1 1 
7 Russell Allison I I 

10 Ryder Scott 4, 23, 68 
7 Saunders Stephanie 1 1 
9 Saunders Steven 19 

I I Scarbro Annmarie 2, 27, 66, 67 

I I Schneider Donald 27 

7 Schneider Heidi I I 

7 Schoonmaker Brian 2, 1 1 

9 Schoonmaker Erik 19 

1 I Schulcr Jeffrey 27 

9 Scavcv Mark 19, 70 



7 Seavey Matthew I I, 68 

F Seavey Mr Wayne 35, 57 

F Sellcw Mr Welles 

9 Seward Joseph 19, 29, 56, 65, 77 

A Shafiroff Dr Paul 

8 Sheinhartz Heather 15 
8 Sheinhartz Michelle 15 

1 1 Sheinhartz Robin 27, 50 

8 Sheldon Tori 15, 66 

9 Sheolofsky Lisa 19 

7 Shepard Ruth 1 1 

8 Sheridan Scott I 5 

8 Shmulsky Solvegi 15 

8 Shuts Lizabeth 15 

10 Sitcr Gregg 23, 51 

12 Sitcr Sharon 31, 44, 50 
F Small Mr Steven 57, 84 

9 Smith David 2, 19, 49 

12 Smith David A 3, 35, 44, 68, 76, 

77, 80, 83 
12 Smith David M 3, 44, 56, 68, 

69, 76, 82, 83 

7 Smith Hans 1 1 

8 Smith Jeremy 15 

F Solomon Mr Paul 68 
12 Soudant George 3, 45, 64, 68, 
76 

10 Soudant Joseph 20, 23, 28, 64, 
76, 77 

12 Spagnuolo Christine 62, 63 
I I Speyrer Frederick 27, 70, 71 
10 Spurr Robert 3, 23, 45, 50, 65 
10 Stalker Harold 4, 23 

8 Stalker Jeralee 15 

9 Stalker Kim 19 

10 Stalker Myra 23 
7 Stalker Nathan I I 

10 Stalker Norman 4, 20, 23, 29, 

50, 65, 68, 70 
7 Stalker Shana I I, 75 

7 Stalker Theresa I I 

8 Stalker William 15 
10 Stetson David 23 

8 Stevens Erica 1 5 

10 Stevens Frederick 23 

9 Stevens Michael 27, 29 

I I Stevens Michael 16, 19, 68 
I 2 Stevens Robert 
F Storti Mrs Janice 

10 Sullivan Christopher 23 
7 Sullivan Shawn 1 I 

9 Sullivan Valeric 19, 49 
7 Sulphen Rose I I 

7 Swain Samantha I 1 

8 Tanner Zanc 15 

9 Tatro Paul 19 

I I Tcnbroeck Christine 27 
I I cm, i Mr Dante 
9 Theiriot Janet 19. 50, 75 
7 Thorn Icssici I I 



10 Thurston Kirk 23 
10 Todd Theresa 23 

I I Twing Laura 27, 34 
10 Twing Robert 4, 23 

12 Twing Robin 2, 3, 5, 33, 44, 49, 

50, 51, 58, 81 

P Ullrich Mrs Sabina 55 
F Vachon Mrs Lea 

8 VanDeusen Alice 15 

9 VanDeusen Jennie 19, 62 

II VanDeusen Kcllic 27 

10 VanDeusen Timothy 23 
7 VanDeusen Tina I I 

9 Vining Eric 19, 48 

7 Vinin Rebecca 1 1 

8 Vorck Frederick 1 5 

10 Walk Donald 4, 23, 65, 68 
8 Walk Jennifer 15, 70 

7 Wandall Tina 

8 Wandall William 15 
F Wartclla Mr Myron 
I I Watson Patricia 27 

12 Welch Katherine 6, 32, 44, 50, 

51, 62, 63 

F Welch Mrs MaryAlicc 84 

12 Wells Jackie 28, 30, 32, 44, 50 

9 Wells Janice 19 

10 Wells Mikcl 2, 23 
12 Wells Steven 45 

8 Wcsscl James 15 

1 I West Andrew 27 

9 West Kimbcrly 19 

1 I Whitbcck Ellen 27 
9 Whitcomb Eric 19, 68 

11 White Richard 27, 51 

7 White Tina I I 

8 Wickwire Scott I 5 

P Wilcox Mrs Joan 55 
I I Wilkinson Carol 27 

9 Wilkinson Keith 19 

8 Wilkinson Michele 15 
8 Wilkinson Nancy 15 
7 Williams l.cland' I 1 

10 Wolkcnslcin Noah 23. 70 

11 Woodruff Jasc 27, 31, 68, 69 
I I Woodruff Jon 27, 28. 47, 68 
10 Wright Mark 4, 23, 68, 69 

1 2 /icjilcr June 4s 

12 /ink Robbie 45 




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We Fondly Remember 



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Bonnie Chaffee 
1967 — 1984 



Allison Russell 
1967 — 1984 



Steven Brucale 
1967 — 1984 





Scott Clark 
1965 — 1984 



Maureen Thompkins Johnson 
1960 — 1984 



Kevin Marion 
1967 — 1984 



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